Bigg Boss 6: Imam Siddiqui to re-enter the house
Iman Siddiqui, who was thrown out of 'Bigg Boss' following a fight with other contestants, will re-enter the house.
New Delhi: Iman Siddiqui, who was thrown out of 'Bigg Boss' following a fight with other contestants, is re-entering the show today after apologising for his erratic behaviour.
"I am ashamed of my behaviour. I lost control of my emotion. Whatever was shown on TV was not my natural self.I don't know what happened to me at that time. I had no intentions of garnering negative publicity," Imam said. He will join two new contestants in the mud house-Jyoti Amge, who is world's shortest woman, and 'Chandrakanta' actor Santosh Shukla. The other housemates in the mud house are Aashka Goradia and Bhojpuri actor Dinesh Yadav 'Nirahua'.
"I chose to return because I want to show people that I am not a maniac. I was over-confident about myself and that ruined my reputation. I will be more patient and calmer and treat my two new friends as my family," he added.
Imam, who had a tiff with Aashka a night before he was thrown out, said he has no grudges against the TV actress. "I watched my conduct later and understood the fact I was over-reacting. Aashka is a lovely lady. She cooks for everyone in the house," he said.
Meanwhile, actor Varjesh Hirjee came out of the Bigg Boss house on Friday night. Now, he will also be sent to the rural house. Item girl Rakhi Sawant is also expected to enter the house for a day.
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